Welfare Jokes

Welfare Jokes



LETTERS TO WELFARE
                       
For those unfamiliar, Welfare payments are made in the US to
individuals and families with income below a certain level.
The following quotations are taken from actual letters received
by the Welfare Departmentin applications for support of
receiving payments.

1.  I am forwarding my marriage certificate and 6 children.
I had seven but one died which was baptized on a half sheet
of paper.

2.  I am writing the welfare department to say that my baby
was born two years old. When do I get my money?

3.  Mrs. Jones has not had any clothes for two years and
has been visited regularly by the clergy.

4.  I cannot get sick pay. I have six children can you tell me why?

5.  I am glad to report that my husband who is missing is dead.

6.  This is my eighth child. What are you going to do about it.

7.  Please find for certain if my husband is dead. The man I am
now living with can't do anything until he knows.

8.  I am very much annoyed to find out that you have branded my son
illiterate. This is a dirty lie as I was married a week before
he was born.

9.  In answer to your letter, I have given birth to a son weighing
10 lbs. I hope this is satisfactory.

10.  I am forwarding my marriage certificate and my 3 children
one of which is a mistake as you can see.

11.  My husband got his project cut off about two weeks ago and I
haven't had any relief since.

12.  Unless I get my husband's money pretty soon, I will be
forced to lead an immortal life.

13.  You have my changed little boy to a girl, will this
make any difference?

14.  I have no children yet, as my husband is a truck
driver and works night and day.

15.  I want money as quick as I can get it. I have been in bed
with the doctor for two weeks and he doesn't do me any good.
If things don't improve, I will have to send for another doctor.

16.  In accordance with your instructions, I have given birth to
twins in the enclosed envelope.



There was an old woman,
Who lived in a shoe;
She had so many children,
She didn't know what to do.

She collected allimony,
And even child support;
When granted a divorce,
At the municiple court.

Momma went to the County,
And said, "It ain't enough!
I need some more money,
`Cause, times are real tough!"

Now she's on welfare,
The kids now have fruit;
And the family is now moving,
To a patent leather boot.

The kids no longer wonder,
If times will be bad;
They just thank Uncle Sam,
Who they think is their dad.




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